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    AWS has Cloud services provided in Seattle, WA by data centers in the area.

    Digital Fortress - Downtown Seattle Data Center

    3101 Western Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Located in downtown Seattle, our secure 25,000-square-foot facility has been purpose-built to suit a variety of high-power-density colocation needs.

    Digital Fortress - South Seattle Data Center

    12101 Tukwila International Boulevard, Seattle 98168, Washington, United States
    Our NOC and state-of-the-art, 42,000-square-feet colocation facility is situated on Seattle’s Intergate West Campus – part of the largest Internet campus in North America.

    Digital Realty Trust - 2001 Sixth Avenue, Seattle Data Center

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    The Digital Realty Trust - 2001 Sixth Avenue, Seattle Data Center is located at 2001 6th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98121 United States

    Equinix - Seattle SE2 Data Center

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Equinix - Seattle SE2 is located at 2001 Sixth Ave. The Westin Building, Suite 1202 Seattle, WA 98121}. Sales 877-406-2248. www.equinix.com/locations/united-states-colocation/seattle-data-centers/se2/ SE2 in Seattle, offers extensive network choice

    Equinix - Seattle SE3 Data Center

    2020 5th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Equinix - Seattle SE3 is located at 2020 Fifth Ave. 5/F, 6/F, 7/F, 8/F Seattle, WA 98121 Sales 877-406-2248. SE3 IBX facility expands access to world-class global colocation and network.

    Green House Data - Seattle WA - Westin Building Exchange (WBX) Data Center

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Green House Data operates three data center floors in the Westin Building Exchange, the third largest carrier hotel in the country. Located on 6th Avenue in downtown Seattle's Denny Triangle, the Westin Building Exchange (WBX) offers high availability (up to five nines), over 250 carriers and service providers, and nearly 40,000 cross connects. In addition, WBX is home to the Seattle Internet Exchange, an independent peering point that boasts over 200 routers.

    Internap - Seattle 140 4th Ave. North Data Center

    140 4th Avenue North, Seattle 98109, Washington, United States
    Internap Seattle data center is located at 140 4th Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109 United States. Phone 877-406-2249. Internap’s premium datacenters in Seattle offer high-density power and high efficiency cooling options, while advanced security and protection features ensure your data is secure 100% of the time. Datacenter services offered at this location include performance IP, server colocation, managed hosting and CDN services.

    Level 3 - Seattle, WA Data Center (Seattle 1)

    1000 Denny Way, Seattle 98109, Washington, United States
    The Level 3 Seattle, WA (Seattle 1) Premier Select data center enables your business to grow, while maintaining redundancy and cost efficiencies.

    Level 3 - Seattle, WA Data Center (Seattle 2)

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    The Level 3 Seattle, WA Premier data center enables your business to grow, while maintaining redundancy and cost efficiencies.

    Level 3 - Seattle, WA Data Center (Seattle 3)

    1505 5th Avenue, Seattle 98101, Washington, United States
    The Level 3 Seattle, WA Premier Select data center enables your business to grow, while maintaining redundancy and cost efficiencies.

    Level 3 - Seattle, WA Data Center (Seattle 4)

    223 Taylor Avenue North, Seattle 98109, Washington, United States
    The Level 3 Seattle, WA Premier Select data center enables your business to grow, while maintaining redundancy and cost efficiency.

    TierPoint - Seattle Data Center

    KOMO Plaza, formerly 4th Avenue North, Suite 360, Seattle 98109, Washington, United States
    Founded in 1995, TierPoint Seattle has always been at the forefront of helping businesses use technology to grow and connect with customers. Originally founded as a web hosting provider, the location expanded both services and square footage to meet the growing demand for secure colocation space, connectivity and managed IT services.

    Wowrack - Seattle (Westin Building) Data Center

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Wowrack's Seattle datacenter is located at 2001 6th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98121 United States. Sales 877-406-2248. One of the premier NAPs (Network Access Point) along the West Coast; Seattle's own Westin Building. It is one of the largest neutral-carrier hotels with direct telecommunication interconnects to Asian, European, Canadian and other American networks. Services offered include public, private, hybrid cloud, colocation, dedicated servers, managed hosting and storage area networks.

    XO Communications - Seattle #1 Data Center

    1000 Denny Way, Seattle 98109, Washington, United States
    XO Communications is a leading nationwide provider of advanced communications, managed network and IT infrastructure services for businesses. Their Seattle #1 data center is suitable to all your IT needs.

    XO Communications - Seattle #2 Data Center

    1100 2nd Avenue, Seattle 98101, Washington, United States
    XO Communications is a leading nationwide provider of advanced communications, managed network and IT infrastructure services for businesses. XO Communication's Seattle #2 data center is suitable to all your IT needs.

    Zayo - Seattle, WA (2001 6th St) Data Center

    2001 6th Avenue, Seattle 98121, Washington, United States
    Zayo's colocation data center at 2001 6th in Seattle, WA is in the Westin building, the premier carrier hotel in city. The facility offers more than 50 in-building connectivity options and facilitates connectivity to both the SIX (Seattle Internet Exchange) and the Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP). It is in close proximity to numerous Trans-Pacific cable landing stations and our dark fiber network.